Teak is a close grained hardwood with high natural oil content. Highly resistant to rotting and almost impervious to the effects of sun, rain, frost or snow. These characteristics make it the ideal timber for all outdoor applications. Many other hardwoods are used for outdoor furniture and some are even marketed as 'teak substitutes', however, there is no substitute for teak and no other hardwood will perform to the same standard as teak in outdoor conditions.
- A high quality teak from sustainable plantation. Our teak are officially licenced.
Only premium grade plantation grown teak is used in Triconville furniture. The features of premium grade teak are consistent grain structure, the absence of knots, splits or cracks. All teak furniture comes in natural smooth finish. Triconville uses finest teak wood, and has always 2000 m3 in stock to continue manufacturing without any interruption
All teakwood we use in our production comes from TFT supported teak plantations only. Even more, now we also implement SVLK (timber legality verification system), a series of ongoing processes aimed at generate the standards expected to provide legality and assurance for all parties. With this system, overseas consumers were not need to doubt the legality of wood from Indonesia.
For daily care of your furniture, use a damp cloth (not too wet) or a soft -bristled brush with a mild solution of warm water and natural soap, Do not use soap containing detergent and in case of a spill, make sure you remove it immediately.
If you want to protect the wood from the start, apply a protective coating teak oiling. Teak is resistant to them. This seals the pores of the wood and creates a natural protection and can withstand extreme climate conditions. Even rain and saltwater will not deteriorate the teak. Once furniture has been oiled, it needs to be reoiled regularly. This involves cleaning and preparing the timber prior to re oiling. Please feel free to contact us.
To remove stubborn stains or superficial scratches, extra fine sandpaper can be used. Make sure you always rub in the direction of the wood grain.